I recently came across a question that was clearly lacking enough detail to be answered in its current state. I commented, extensively showing that details were missing and the question was unclear as it was, and flagged to close as unclear (I do not have close vote privilege on the relevant site — yet).
Within something like twenty minutes (possibly less), the OP edited the question in response to my comment including the required information. The question is now no longer unclear, and easily answered. If I had cast a close vote, I would have been able to take it back, but I cast a flag, which does not expire.
Flagging for closing takes a post directly into the close votes review queue. From there, I expect three people to vote for Looks OK — there has been a relevant edit since, after all.
What will happen to my flag in the process? Will it end up
declined (as the post was not closed in the queue)? That would be a shame since I had no way of knowing whether OP would respond to my comment or not. Or will something else happen ultimately?
This question is not a duplicate of What is the difference between disputed and declined flags? — I am not asking for the difference between declined and disputed. The answer does not address my question either; it specifically does not mention my case (an edit between flagging and review).
This question is also not a duplicate of Why does flag marking as helpful/declined not always correlate with moderator action? — The answer lists a set of conditions for flag status not matching question status but again, the specific case is not mentioned.